Vung Tau Airfield Vietnam, late 60's era.
A model of Vung Tau Airfield, a major US Army facility om the
Cape St. Jacques Peninsula about 60 km SE of Saigon. Vung Tau
is a seaside resort city. It was a popular in-country R&R center
during the Vietnam War. Surrounded by high hills, Vung Tau was
fabled for its beautiful scenery and mild climate. (Unfortunately,
the default FS 2002 terrain mesh is flat.) This scenery was
designed for FS 2002 but it should work in FS 2004. George Knowles.
Dalat / Camly Airfield, Saigon as it was in 1969.
Located in a mountainous region about 100 miles northeast of
Saigon, Dalat / Camly was the headquarters of the 362nd Signal
Company. The model is intended to replace the default Camly
airport in MS Flight Simulator. The default airport has only
a single runway, whereas Dalat / Camly airfield had two parallel
4,400' runways in 1969. Also, like most small FS airports, the
default airport has no buildings, parking ramps or other details.
George Knowles. 297K
An Khe Airfield and the An Khe "Golf Course" Airfield, Vietnam.
This Vietnam scenery includes two airfields: An Khe Airfield
and the An Khe "Golf Course" Airfield. An Khe was located at
the eastern end of a strategic mountain pass, about midway between
Pleiku and Qui Nhon. An Khe Airfield was a US Army facility
for fixed wing (prop) aircraft. It had a 4,300' concrete runway.
The nearby An Khe "Golf Course" Airfield was a huge helicopter
base operated by the 1st Cavalry. Its vast parking area could
accommodate several hundred helicopters. Both airfields are
a single entry in the FS airport database. The airport code
is VVAK. Runway 03/21 is the An Khe airfield and runway 17/35
is the "Golf Course" airfield. George Knowles. 407K
Saskatchewan Floatplane Bases .
Simple floatplane bases to remedy the lack of FS2004 floatplane
facilities in Northern Saskatchewan. These files work with both
the default scenery and Dwayne Matheson's LOD8 mesh. Lyle Froese.
Dak To Airfield, Vietnam. A model of Dak To Airfield, the
scene of several critical battles during the Vietnam War, including
the famous Battle of Dak To in late 1967. Like Khe Sanh, Dak
To was one of the most primitive and remote airfields in South
Vietnam. Dak To sat astride Highway 512, which ran from Laos
right into the heart of the central highlands region of South
Vietnam. Gaining control of the central highlands was a key
objective in Hanoi's plan to conquer the south. Consequently,
Dak To was repeatedly attacked by the enemy during the war.
This scenery was designed for FS 2002 but it should work in
FS 2004. George Knowles. 162K
Congo's Canyons Scenery
These canyons are situated in the Western Province of Papua
New Guinea and presents a great flying challenge to all flight
simmers. I hope you enjoy it immensely! David Ricketts. 1.4MB
Gray Army Airfield (KGRF) Ft. Lewis Washington .
Description: Construction has changed the face of Gray Army
Airfield and the original needed a facelift badly. Until I can
figure out how to move, and change objects in FS this is the
best i can do. Everything is accurate including parking spaces
for Aircraft, including the new parking spaces for 4-6 ACS,
and 4/160th. 1MB